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Opening the Floodgates

A reader in the Czech Republic wrote this morning and asked whether today is the day the EU’s new relaxed visa policies come into effect. He was quite right: as of January 1, 2011, citizens of Bosnia and Albania will no longer need visas to enter the Schengen Area.

albaniamontenegroborderThe same privileges were granted to Macedonia, Serbia, and Montenegro a year ago, so that there are now five additional Balkan countries whose citizens may travel freely in the continental portion of the EU. The “nation” of Kosovo is expected to be granted the same status in the near future.

What does this signify for the Islamization of the rest of Europe?

Let’s take a look at the demographics of the region that will enjoy newly unfettered access to the Schengen Area. Assuming that Kosovo will eventually join the club — which seems likely — here are statistics for the relevant countries, using 2004 population data from my database:

Country

 

Population

 

# Muslims

 

Pct 

Albania

 

3,563,112

 

2,494,178

 

70%

Bosnia

 

4,025,476

 

1,610,190

 

40%

Macedonia

 

2,045,262

 

613,578

 

30%

Serbia *

 

10,829,175

 

2,274,126

 

21%

Total

 

20,463,025

 

6,992,072

 

34%

* Includes Montenegro and Kosovo, which were still part of Serbia in 2004.

So about seven million new Muslims will be able to walk across the borders of the EU and disappear into the no-go zones along with the millions of legal and illegal immigrants who are already there.

Even if you are a Tiny Minoritarian (that is, someone who maintains that jihad-minded zealots are only a “tiny minority” of the Muslim population), that number should give you pause. Say 5% of the Muslims in the new visa-free zone decide to walk across the borders and disappear into the halal areas of Oslo or Rotterdam. Additionally, let’s say that a only tiny minority of 1% of those new migrants have jihad on their minds. That’s 3,500 new mujahideen, safely ensconced in the heart of Europe and drawing on state benefits to finance their jihad.

Whether they are of the Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly variety, or more like Anjem Choudary, they will create a new security nightmare for the already overburdened law enforcement agencies and state-intelligence organs throughout Western Europe.

What countries will these visa-free visitors have access to?

The Schengen Area includes all of the European Union with the exception of Britain and Ireland, plus the non-EU countries Switzerland, Norway, and Iceland. Here’s the full list of member states:

 

Austria

 

Greece

 

Netherlands

Belgium

 

Hungary

 

Norway

Czech Republic

 

Iceland

 

Poland

Denmark

 

Italy

 

Portugal

Estonia

 

Latvia

 

Slovakia

Finland

 

Lithuania

 

Slovenia

France

 

Luxembourg

 

Spain

Germany

 

Malta

 

Sweden

 

 

Switzerland

Our Czech reader is concerned that the Bosnian and Macedonian Muslims might migrate mainly to affluent Slavic nations in Central Europe, such as his own country. Their native languages are closely related to other Slavic languages, so that it would be easier for them to acclimate themselves to their new booty-rich Slavic kuffar environment.

Imagine Wenceslas Square in Prague filled with praying Muslims like those in Paris and Moscow.

Yes, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic definitely have food for thought today.

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Out of curiosity, I queried the news feed archives to find as many articles as I could that discuss the expansion of visa-free access to the Schengen Area. They extend back to May 2009; I’ve included them below. All but one are from the ANSAmed news service, which is invaluable for information about issues such as this one — the Legacy Media simply don’t pay that much attention.

You’ll notice one of the conditions imposed on the new candidates is “transparency” — a quality that is notably absent from the European Union, which is one of the most opaque institutions on the planet.

There are other tidbits worth remarking on, but I’ll let readers discover them for themselves. 

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